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Gillette Fusion5 Razor Blades, Pack of 16

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Johnny
3 months ago
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Gillette Fusion5 Razor Blades Men, Pack of 16

4.7 out of 5 stars 6,446 ratings

RRP: £47.16

Amazon Top Deal: £24.35 (£1.52 / count)

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Aenurse1
Aenurse13 months ago

Good price for these I wouldn’t pay 47 mind thank you

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lukkeyboy
lukkeyboy3 months ago

Excellent, I only shave twice a week so these would last me a couple of years. Even when 'Blunt' these are sharper than most other razors... Thanks for the deal Johnny..

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pato
pato3 months ago

lukkeyboy I totally agree with you regarding them being sharper than others, one blade lasts me a few weeks and I shave almost every day.

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mista53
mista533 months ago

"Fakes"---Read the reviews on.Amazon, these blades should last,(Each one)about 6 weeks, these are obvious fakes and Amazon have a cheek allowing their sale.

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Johnny
Johnny
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3 months ago

Firstly, if there is anything wrong with what you buy (e.g. it's faulty), Amazon will be very happy to sort the problem out for you.

That said, for popular consumables like this, the best way to avoid fakes is to simply make sure you buy from Amazon itself (like this deal) and avoid buying from 'Other Sellers' that you are unfamiliar with, also selling their wares on the Amazon Platform.

It's worth remembering there are roughly 2 million 'Other Sellers' worldwide on the Amazon Platform.

Look for these words on the Amazon product page: Dispatches from and Sold by Amazon

You are very unlikely to receive fake anything when the product is both dispatched from and sold by Amazon itself.

Amazon is one of Proctor & Gamble’s (the manufacturer of Gillette) biggest customers.

It is not in Proctor & Gamble’s interests to sell Amazon fakes. Nor is it in Amazon’s interests to buy fakes from its suppliers, nor indeed to sell fake products to its customers that it wants to keep.

The bottom line is Amazon itself doesn't sell fakes, because it doesn't need to.

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mista53
mista533 months ago

Johnny "They would say that wouldn't they". 😅

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Johnny
Johnny
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3 months ago

mista53

I don't think you get it.

There is no conspiracy here.

Amazon itself has no need to sell fakes, nor do they want to.

Earning the trust of its customers has been and continues to be essential to Amazon's success. Selling fakes would be daft.

Amazon itself sells thousands of Gillette products every week - if Amazon itself sold fake products Amazon would get thousands of complaints. That would cause an unnecessary and unwanted customer service headache.

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mista53
mista533 months ago

Johnny Yeah I get it, please read the reviews.

Next you will be telling me Amazon are an honest and caring company who pay their taxs and care for the public.

Those blades are Fakes, I wouldn't touch them with a 100 foot barge pole !😅

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Johnny
Johnny
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3 months ago

mista53 You sound like an Amazon hater.

You may not like the company, or how it operates, but for those Amazon shareholders who recognised the disruptive innovation and opportunity early in the late 1990s and bought some shares , Amazon has been a terrific investment.

An initial investment of $1,000, enough to buy 55 shares at a price of $18 in May 1997, would now be worth more than $2 million

As they say, if you can’t beat them, join them!

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mista53
mista533 months ago

Johnny I bet you don't even believe in Santa 🎅 Claus 😅

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Johnny
Johnny
LD Hunter
3 months ago

mista53 Correct. Santa Claus is also nonsense.

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